GWA (Girl With Attitude) makeup look + review

Hey everyone, hope you’re all well.

You know i love to share my new and not so new discoveries with you right? Hey sharing is caring! Ok so this brand i’m about to tell you about isn’t very popular as far as i know, however they are quite good. The first time i came across this makeup line was in a store in the UK called Savers, if you know me then you’d know i go where things are pretty inexpensive.

Ok so lined out in the makeup section of this store were some of the most beautiful lashes i’ve ever seen, and the packaging was very nice as well. What do you know, i have about ten pairs of lashes in my basket, why not? haha, they were £2.99, i wasn’t gonna pass up those great offers. To cut this story very short, i basically fell in love with their lashes, so i was very keen to try out the other products in their line. Here we go!

This is how it happened, one fine day, i was scrolling down my Instagram Timeline and saw this brand again, this time, they were advertising their eyeshadow palettes, so i went onto their page and was amazed at how beautiful and well presented their products were, so i went straight to their website and ordered a few bits.

I was away at the time, so i can’t say how quick their delivery system was, but all i can say is, the packaging were to die for! They have put some thoughts into every single detail. Even if the product themselves were crap, you’d definitely be sold based only on how they looked, so magical!

I loved everything, from their eyeshadow and highlighting palettes to their matte liquid lipsticks! Oh did i mention they were also vegan friendly and cruelty free? Oh yes, and also affordable!

 

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Here are the claims for both palettes:

*Ultra pigmented

*long wearing

*Velvety smooth

*Cruelty free

The eyeshadow palette was £9.99 and the highlighting palette £11.99. As for the liquid lipsticks they claim they are:

*Ultra pigmented

*Long wearing

*Matte finish

*Non transfer

It also smelt like peaches, insert smiley face 😉

So far i can say their claims are true, i’m a happy camper!

Here’s the look i came up with.

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Hope you liked the look, feel free to check out the tutorial, linked below. I’ve also done a swatch of the palettes as well, so check that out whilst you’re there! Thanks for stopping by.

Love,

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Tropic Colour Click lipstick review

Tropic is a makeup and skincare line based in the UK. All their products are made with natural ingredients, they are vegan and cruelty free.

Now i’ll be testing and reviewing one of their colour click lipsticks. These lipsticks are enriched with oils that are designed to give your lips a smooth and moisturised look and feel.FullSizeRender-39 6FullSizeRender-49IMG_1714.JPG

This shade is called ‘Rosehip’  it is a beautiful subtle berry shade with a creamy consistency. It glides on quite smoothly, leaving the lips feeling hydrated, with a stunning finish. It somehow has a lipgloss feel without the stickiness and to top it off it has a pleasant aromatic smell. Don’t fancy wearing matte lips, then this would be just right. Suitable for any skin tone and any occasion.

This lipstick retails for £14, they also have different shades to choose from. Feel free to check out their website, they have an array of amazing skincare and makeup items to choose from! Link provided below. Thanks to Tori for sending this lipstick to me, it’s quickly becoming one of my ‘go to’s’.

Disclaimer: This items was sent to me for review purposes. I’ve given you my honest opinion.

https://www.tropicskincare.co.uk/shop/torisandilands/newhome.html

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